The provisions below are intended to define the conditions under which screen.brussels grants access to its website.
This website is an initiative of screen.brussels fund asbl, whose registered office is located at 2-4 rue Royale, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
On 2 May 2016, the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region launched a new strategy aiming to simplify the readability of the Brussels audiovisual offer for all stakeholders, whether Brussels-based, Belgian or international.
This strategy has been materialised by the creation of an umbrella brand, screen.brussels, which is made up of four components:
— screen.brussels film commission: formerly known as the Brussels Film Office, operated by visit.brussels,
— screen.brussels cluster: the industry cluster housed within impulse.brussels,
— screen.brussels business: financing for Brussels-based audiovisual firms through finance.brussels,
— screen.brussels fund: the new Brussels co-production fund.
Within this framework, reference is made on this website to the four components described above under the name screen.brussels.
screen.brussels grants access to its website (screen.brussels) and the information it contains provided you accept, without reservation, the conditions mentioned on this conditions of use page. By consulting the screen.brussels website and the information it contains, you agree to these conditions. screen.brussels reserves the right to amend the conditions without notice.
The content of this website is made available solely for the purpose of providing general information on screen.brussels and its activities.
The content of this website may only be used in connection with the services offered on the website and for your personal use. This website may not serve as the basis for any evaluation of screen.brussels and may not under any circumstances bind or be enforced against screen.brussels. Nothing on the website may be considered as an offer to purchase or provide services or conclude a contract.
The user agrees to use the website in compliance with all legal and/or contractual provisions. The user may not use it in any way that might harm the interests of screen.brussels, its suppliers and/or its partners.
In general, screen.brussels may not under any circumstances be held liable for direct or indirect damage, or for any other damages of any kind whatsoever, resulting from the use of this website or the inability to use it for any reason whatsoever, regardless of whether or not this liability is contractual, tortious or quasi-tortious, or is based on strict or other liability, even if screen.brussels has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
screen.brussels shall make all reasonable efforts to publish information on its website that, to the best of its knowledge, is up to date. It does not guarantee the adequacy, accuracy or completeness of such information or warrant that the website shall be continually complete and up to date in every respect. The information on this website may include inaccuracies of content, technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. This information is provided for guidance and is subject to periodic changes. screen.brussels may make improvements and/or changes to this website at any time and without notice.
Use of this website, and consequently information obtained or items downloaded when using the service, is the sole responsibility of the user. screen.brussels rejects any liability for damages that may result from using the information on this website.
The user further acknowledges that they are solely responsible for any damages to their computer system or any loss of data resulting from downloading any content.
3.2. Access to the website
This website is provided on the basis of a service that is ‘as is’ and accessible according to availability. screen.brussels cannot guarantee that the service will be uninterrupted, timely, secure or error-free, that the results obtained using the service will be accurate and/or reliable, that defects in the software used, if any, will be subject to corrections.
3.3. Hypertext links
This website contains hypertext links to other sites and referrals to other sources of information provided for guidance only. screen.brussels does not check these sites or the information contained on them, and therefore cannot provide any guarantee as to the quality and/or completeness of such information.
screen.brussels assumes no responsibility for any improper, unlawful or illegal content present on the hyperlinks and from damage resulting from their consultation.
If you wish to create a hypertext link from your site to screen.brussels’ website, we encourage you to contact the webmaster first, who will inform you as soon as possible of the eligibility of your request.
3.4. Actions of users
screen.brussels shall in no way be held responsible for the actions of users.
You can submit your comments, suggestions or any other question by sending a message to the webmaster using the contact form or by post to the following address: screen.brussels fund asbl, rue Royale, 2-4, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
All material and information available on this website, along with their compilation and arrangement (text, photographs, images, icons, videos, software, databases, data, etc.) are protected by the intellectual property rights of screen.brussels.
The names and logos of screen.brussels (as well as those of its different components) that appear on the website are protected trademarks and/or trade names. The screen.brussels trademarks may not be used in connection with any product or service other than those of screen.brussels, in any manner whatsoever likely to create confusion among consumers or in a way that would disparage or discredit screen.brussels.
Unless explicitly authorised in this respect, the user may not under any circumstances copy, reproduce, translate, represent, modify, transmit, publish, adapt, distribute, broadcast, license, transfer, sell, on any medium or by any means whatsoever, or exploit in any way whatsoever, all or part of this website without the prior written consent of screen.brussels. Any violation may result in civil and criminal prosecution.
With every visit to this website the user provides us with personal data and therefore gives us express permission to collect and process this information.
screen.brussels has defined a clear and precise policy to protect personal data in accordance with the legal provisions on the subject. The processing of personal data related to this website is subject to Belgian law (Act of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data, amended by the Act of 11 December 1998 transposing Directive 95/46/EC of 24 October 1995 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data).
This data protection policy does not prejudice the rights of screen.brussels with respect to certain visitors vis-à-vis whom a contract, the law or any other document of a contractual, regulatory or legal nature authorises more extensive operations. In this case, the standard most favourable to screen.brussels applies.
6.1. Data controller
screen.brussels fund asbl, whose registered office is located at Rue Royale 2-4, 1000 Brussels, Belgium, represented by Noël Magis, Managing Director, shall act as data controller.
6.2. Processing personal data
screen.brussels collects and processes the following personal data of the user when they visit the website: their IP address and browser preferences, the operating system used and the language preferences for users who have authorised the saving of such information by way of cookies (see 6.6.1 Statistical cookies below).
6.3. Processing purpose
These personal data are collected and processed in order to meet the following legitimate purpose: to respond to the request for information made by the user.
6.4. Recipients of personal data
The personal data relating to you that are collected and processed are included in the files of screen.brussels and are therefore intended solely for the data controller. Under no circumstances shall such data be transferred to a third party or to a country outside the European Union.
People who wish to sign up for the audiovisual professionals database should read the conditions of use for this database.
6.5. Right of access, correction, deletion and opposition
In accordance with the Act of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data and the Royal Decree of 13 February 2001 implementing this law, the user can assert the rights granted to them below by sending a signed and dated request to the data controller, accompanied by a double-sided copy of their ID card, to be delivered by hand or sent by post to the following address – screen.brussels fund asbl, Rue Royale 2-4, 1000 Brussels, Belgium – or by any other means of telecommunication.
If delivered by hand, the person who receives it shall immediately issue the author of the request with a signed and dated receipt.
6.5.1. Right of access
The user of the website has the right to obtain from the data controller the disclosure, in an intelligible form, of the data undergoing processing, together with any information available on the origin of such processing.
The information shall be supplied without delay and no later than 45 days after receiving the request.
6.5.2. Right of correction
At no cost, the user may demand the correction of any inaccurate personal data pertaining to them and also demand the deletion of any personal data concerning them which, taking into account the reason for processing, is incomplete or not relevant, or whose recording, disclosure or storage is prohibited or which has been retained beyond the authorised period.
Any corrections or deletions of data requested must be notified by the data controller within one month of the request being submitted to the user as well as to the people to whom the incorrect, incomplete and irrelevant data were forwarded, unless notification to these recipients proves impossible or requires a disproportionate amount of effort.
6.5.3. Right of opposition
The user has the right to oppose, for serious legitimate reasons relating to a particular situation, the processing of data relating to them. In the event of justified opposition, the processing implemented by the data controller may no longer involve those data.
screen.brussels aims to inform visitors to its website of the use of what the law describes as ‘information stored in the terminal equipment of an end user’, more commonly known as ‘cookies’.
A cookie is a file sent by screen.brussels’s server stored on the hard drive of your computer that keeps track of the website visited and contains a certain amount of information relating to this visit.
The user may refuse to allow cookies to be installed on their computer by configuring their browser accordingly. However, this refusal may prevent access to some of the services on the website.
6.6.1. Statistical cookies:
screen.brussels uses the services of Google Analytics to analyse the visits and behaviour of users of its site.
For example, statistical cookies allow screen.brussels to establish the number of visitors, their geographical location, their route to the site (how they accessed it, through which page, the pages that followed in their session and the page by which they left the site), the time of the visit, etc. These cookies are anonymous and may exist for up to two years.
6.7. Quality, security and confidentiality of processing
screen.brussels shall exercise due diligence to correct or delete inaccurate, incomplete, irrelevant or prohibited data, and also to keep such data up to date.
screen.brussels shall ensure on the one hand that people working under its authority only have access to and can only process data they require for performing their duties or which are essential to operational requirements, and on the other hand, that these same people are informed of the principles and requirements of the Act on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data and its implementing decrees.
To ensure the security of personal data, screen.brussels has implemented appropriate technical and organisational security measures against the accidental or unauthorised destruction, accidental loss, modification, access and any other unauthorised processing of the information received on its website.
The measures taken are of an appropriate level of protection taking into account the costs involved in their application, the state of the art in this area and the nature of the data to be protected and the potential risks.
6.8. Access to the public register of automated processing of personal data
The Belgian Privacy Commission maintains a public register of the automated processing of personal data that is available to the public in the manner provided for by the aforementioned Royal Decree of 13 February 2001.
The user may submit, at no cost, a complaint to the Belgian Privacy Commission in the event of difficulties exercising the aforementioned rights or non-compliance with obligations under the law. If the complaint is admissible, this Commission shall take action to force the data controller to meet their legal obligations and shall perform any mediation mission it deems appropriate. In case of failure, it shall issue an opinion on the justified nature of the complaint.
The Commission may also report to the Public Prosecutor offences of which it has knowledge.
The Court of First Instance shall hear any dispute concerning the application of the Act of 8 December 1992 and its implementing measures.
6.10. Belgian Privacy Commission
The user may obtain further information concerning privacy legislation from the Belgian Privacy Commission (Commission de la protection de la vie privée), rue de la Presse 35, 1000 Brussels, Belgium, to which screen.brussels has declared the processing of data.
These conditions of use are governed by Belgian law. Any dispute arising out of or related to the use of this service will be subject to conciliation. If unsuccessful, the dispute shall be submitted to the jurisdiction of the courts of Brussels (Belgium). screen.brussels reserves the right to move to another competent court if it deems this appropriate.
A printed version of this agreement and any warning issued in electronic form will be accepted in any judicial or administrative proceedings arising out of or related to this agreement, to the same extent and under the same conditions as other commercial records and documents created and maintained in printed form.